How to use Palmas in a sentence
The Palmas were handcuffed for 90 minutes, according to the lawsuit.
The target of their investigation at the time was sleeping in a separate residence in the basement, an apartment the Palmas rented out that had its own outside entrance.
The warrant identified the Palmas as the home’s owners and stated they had not been informed of the case.
The lawsuit specifically cited the video of one officer that began after police had entered the Palmas’ home and detained the family.
When the litter was set down in the courtyard of Las Palmas it carried only a corpse!The Tiger Hunter | Mayne Reid
Was it an assurance that he should be welcomed at the hacienda of Las Palmas?The Tiger Hunter | Mayne Reid
Palm-oil is the main article of export, and is procured along the seacoast between Monrovia and Cape Palmas.History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880. Vol 1 | George W. Williams
A large native tribe, the Grebo, dwells at Cape Palmas in the midst of the colonists.Journal of an African Cruiser | Horatio Bridge
Matters being now in a good train at Cape Palmas, we go to use our pacific influence elsewhere.Journal of an African Cruiser | Horatio Bridge
British Dictionary definitions for Palmas
a city in N Brazil, capital of Tocantins state. Pop: 391 000 (2005 est)
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